Private Sub Command3_Click()
Dim a, b As Integer
Dim divide As Double
a = 10
b = 3
divide = div(a, b)
MsgBox (divide)
End Sub

Private Function div(a, b)
div = a / b
End Function

Function return type by default is integer in C. & if we do the same prog in C,it returns 3 not 3.333333....But in VB the function return type is Variant????Right or Wrong?

variant is data type which can hold the data of any type like integer,string,double...Right or wrong?

I want that the fn. return can integer value only by default, if we write
Private Function div(a, b) as double

only then it returns decimal value??

Plz reply frnds.:(

see the answers in inline...

Function return type by default is integer in C. & if we do the same prog in C,it returns 3 not 3.333333....But in VB the function return type is Variant????Right or Wrong?

yes its right

variant is data type which can hold the data of any type like integer,string,double...Right or wrong?

yes its right again

I want that the fn. return can integer value only by default, if we write
Private Function div(a, b) as double

only then it returns decimal value??

Plz reply frnds.:(

Just a little modification in your code and you will get exactly what you want..

Private Function div(byval a as integer,byval b as integer)as integer
div = a / b
End Function

or you can try this also...

Private Function div(byval a as integer,byval b as integer)
div = a / b
div=Cint(div)
End Function

hope this helps..

regards
Shouvik

Ya,it helped me, thx. I m fresher in Vb, but with all ur frnds help,thru daniweb, I M sure I will be Expert one day....

and one more thing my frnd, if you got your answer then please mark this thread as solved. this will help other perople to easily find solved threads which signifies a definite solution to their problem having same doubts like you.

regards
Shouvik

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or another way,
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ok....
bye

regards
Shouvik

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